Our campuses and locations
For over 100 years, the University has had a presence on what is now the City Campus. Located in the heart of Auckland, the campus is accessible to the cultural and commercial amenities of the country's largest city, while harbour views and nearby parks add to its attractiveness.
The City Campus provides a full range of amenities, including cafés, health services, libraries, childcare facilities, and a recreation centre. Historically significant buildings include Old Government House, the Clock Tower, and University House (once a synagogue).
Tāmaki Innovation Campus
Surrounded by sports fields, the Tāmaki Innovation Campus is home to courses in biosecurity, population health, psychology, speech language therapy and wine science. The campus is also home to public clinics which allow students to fulfil practical requirements and provide a valuable community service. For more information on these services, see Clinics.
Located 20 minutes' drive from the City Campus, a university bus service between Tāmaki and City Campuses runs on a regular basis throughout the day. There are also public transport options available and student parking on campus.
Established in 1991, Tāmaki Innovation Campus occupies a 32-hectare site in Glen Innes, with facilities including a library and health services. Tāmaki houses many University's inter-faculty research centres, plus industry and community collaborative partnerships. Visit the Tāmaki Innovation Campus website for further details - www.tamaki.auckland.ac.nz
Tāmaki Innovation Campus map (PDF 98kB)
This is a new campus covering five hectares and adjacent to the major business area in Newmarket. It will provide the University with a site for expansion over the next 50 years, with the faculties of Engineering and Science occupying the first of the new facilities in 2014.
Located at 314-390 Khyber Pass Road, the Newmarket Campus joins the City and Grafton campuses to create an integrated campus cluster in Auckland’s inner-city.
Find out more at: www.auckland.ac.nz/newmarket
The Epsom Campus is the main Faculty of Education and Social Work campus, offering programmes in teacher education and social services. Established in September 2004, this faculty comprises the University's former School of Education, and the former Auckland College of Education.
Located at 74 Epsom Avenue, the campus is less than 10 minutes' drive from the CBD and City Campus and offers full amenities, including ample parking, leisure facilities, and the Sylvia Ashton-Warner Library – one of the most extensive teacher education libraries in New Zealand.
Epsom Campus map (PDF 86kB)
Home to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, the Grafton Campus is situated opposite Auckland Hospital on the boundary of Auckland Domain.
It houses many of the faculty’s departments, plus the Department of Optometry. Other departments have premises at Auckland, Starship, North Shore, Middlemore and Waikato Hospitals. The School of Population Health occupies a large complex at Tāmaki Innovation Campus.
Established in 1968 in Park Road as The School of Medicine, it became the Grafton Campus in 1995 and now houses facilities such as a café, health services, and the Philson Library.
Grafton Campus map (PDF 98kB)
Tai Tokerau Campus
The Faculty of Education and Social Work offer courses at the Tai Tokerau Campus, located at 13 Alexander Street, Whangarei - a short distance from the city centre.
Tai Tokerau Campus map (Faculty of Education and Social Work website)
Leigh Marine Laboratory
The Leigh Marine Laboratory is effectively the "marine campus" of the University of Auckland which offers opportunities for postgraduate teaching and research at the Goat Island Marine Reserve, near Warkworth.
Situated on the northeast coast of New Zealand, about 100km north of the city of Auckland, it has access to a wide range of unspoiled marine habitats.
The University of Auckland at Manukau
On 21 October 1999 the University of Auckland and Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) signed a Deed of Co-operation to enhance the availability of University qualifications at undergraduate and postgraduate levels to motivated and committed students living in the Counties Manukau area.
This academic partnership between the two institutions has grown and strengthened significantly since its inception and continues to develop and offer new study opportunities each year.
Waitemata Health Campus
The Freemasons' Department of Geriatric Medicine is located on the North Shore Hospital site. It is an academic section of the Department of Medicine conducting research and teaching relating to the health and clinical care of older people. The Waitemata Health Campus is a division of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and provides clinical teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.
South Auckland Clinical Campus
The South Auckland Clinical Campus at Middlemore Hospital offers training in areas of specific relevance to the South Auckland population, including diabetes and renal disease, trauma and orthopaedic complications, psychiatric illness and substance abuse.